Dassault extends cabin familiarization training to Falcon 8X


Dassault Aviation will expand its Falcon Cabin Familiarization Training program to include the new Falcon 8X, deliveries for which are set to begin in the second half of 2016.

The one-day sessions are tailored to individual aircraft operating requirements and feature classroom and hands-on presentations intended to familiarize pilots, flight attendants and owners with cabin features, amenities, safety equipment, entertainment systems and other onboard hardware.

The program, initiated in 2007 with the Falcon 7X, has since grown to include the Falcon 2000S/LXS family and the Falcon 900LX. It is offered in partnership with Aircare Facts Training International and is made available to all new Falcon buyers, free of charge. 

The training is generally dispensed immediately following aircraft delivery at the operator’s base or other preferred location. It also includes a review of technical documents and cabin configuration specifics, an overview of aircraft specifications and performance data, and a comprehensive aircraft exterior familiarization tour.

November 25, 2015

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